Thanks for posting your query.
The pain could be due to the inflammation around the wound site with referred pain
into the throat. As throat share common innervations, any inflammation produced after tooth extraction can radiate into the throat.
Do not worry! This is one of the common problems faced following dental extraction
I would suggest you to take a potent anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen or diclofenac
for the pain relief and an antibiotic (such as a combination of amoxycillin
and clavulanic acid
) to take care of any infection in the post extraction period.
It may be oedema........
I will suggest you to go to a specialist(oral surgeon),and go for whole mouth examination............
And follow all the instructions given and take a proper treatment.......
For temporary relief i would suggest you to have salt water gargle as a home remedy that will improve your symptoms. Take a lukewarm water and add salt to it. Gargle it for 3 to 4 times.
Hope I have answered your query.
Wishing you good health.